statistics faculty at unc-ch
Professor of Biostatistics
Honors and Awards
His application-oriented research interests include: Statistical bioassays, longitudinal studies and growth curve models; clinical trials and time-sequential analysis; resampling methods with special emphasis on jackknifing and bootstrapping.
His interests in purely applied research include statistical considerations in arteriosclerosis problems, molecular genetics, genotoxicity and bioenvironmental statistics.
Statistics and qualify of life: Third world perspectives, Journal of Applied Statistical Sciences, 4, (1996), 233-252.
Perspectives in multivariate nonparametrics: Conditional functionals and the ANOCOVA model, Sankhya, A55 (1993), 516-532.
Regression rank scores estimation in ANOCOVA, Annals of Statistics 24 (1996), 1486-1501.